October 4 Daily News Briefing

By Cyprus Beat

In today's episode, prominent lawyer, former Eoka fighter and owner of the Cyprus Mail, Andreas Neocleous, who died on Friday, will be buried in Limassol this afternoon. In other news, Nicosia has given its consent to the appointment of Canadian Colin Stewart as the new UNSG special representative in Cyprus; despite the so-called ‘opening up’ of the electricity market, the jury’s still out on whether consumers will pay less, and Astro-tourism is the new travel trend, whereby tourists can hike by day and stargaze by night. 

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